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Enjoy a wader bonanza
I hope some of you will be inspired to head down to the beach and enjoy the sight of thousands of waders after reading the piece in the 'Wild about' pages of Birds Autumn 2012 on page 13. I’ve been lucky enough to see such sights lots of times during my regular visits to the Norfolk...
2 Aug 2012
More of your photos
Thank you for all the letters, emails and photographs you send in to Birds magazine. We are now receiving so many great stories, and especially photographs, plus so much positive feedback on the new-look magazine that it's not possible to answer everybody. I do read every e-mail and letter and enjoy...
30 Jul 2012
Stepping up for nature down under
Tony and Lesley Trott live in New South Wales, Australia, but they are lifelong RSPB supporters. You can read about what they're doing to help nature on page 81 of Birds Autumn 2012, including clearing their garden and the adjacent rainforest of alien species that aren't good for the native plants...
26 Jul 2012
Have you seen an osprey?
I know that ospreys are REALLY popular with RSPB supporters, so hopefully Conor Jameson’s piece in the Autumn 2012 issue of Birds on a lingering bird at RSPB HQ at The Lodge went down well. You might have read about my own experiences with that particular bird on this blog during the time it...
18 Jul 2012
What changes have you seen in the UK's wildlife?
Hopefully, the ’60 years of change’ feature by Stephen Moss on page 40 of Birds Autumn 2012 got you thinking about the changes you’ve seen in your lifetime. What do you see more? What do you see less? What do you miss? What is your most welcome ‘new’ bird, insect or animal...
17 Jul 2012
What’s your favourite urban bird?
The last time we asked you to post comments on our blog after reading David Lindo’s feature in Birds magazine, you blew us away with your response to our request to tell us about your bullfinches . I asked David to take a look into the often hidden life of the black redstart in Birds Autumn...
17 Jul 2012
Long legs and mini bitterns
Regular blog readers will know about my wildlife watching adventures over the Springwatch period, but as promised in the last issue of Birds, here's another update on my summer wildlife-watching. The weather has scuppered several of my planned trips to see a variety of butterflies and dragonflies...
18 Jun 2012
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